I have listened to it twice now. That is not nearly long enough to fully appreciate this, I realize. Heck, I found "Saturday Night" a little annoying the first few times I heard it and now it is one of my favorites.
So here are a few initial impressions:
great fingerpicking! was that a 12-string?
b trapp with string quartet!
strange/outside chord changes and harmonies on many songs (these are the kind of things that will "click" after repeated listenings I think)
song about the guy with a flower instead of a tongue...kinda like Black River Killer sequel
also neat story on "The Tailor" song
Not much southern-fried skynyrdesque riffage (hope that is not insulting description to you)
Having made that last observation, overall, i would like to thank the Trappers for NOT re-creating Furr or WMN. I love that you guys are changing and exploring possibilities of your sound...at the same time I do hear quite a few consistencies. Clearly it is a B Trapp album! Thanks for all the wonderful music. You are one of my favorite groups!